Carrie Angrum’s Path to Homeownership

Carrie Angrum has lived in New Orleans for 35 years. She has three daughters, one of whom, Tranetta, is already… Read more »

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NOAHH Partners With the New Orleans Mission and the NET Charter High School

Renewal is at the heart of NOAHH’s cause. Every homeowner in our program is working toward a new life, a… Read more »

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The Hicks Family Celebrates Their New Home

Under threat of rain, some 70 volunteers gathered at the home in Central City to celebrate the dedication of Julie… Read more »

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National Association of Realtors Returns to Volunteer With NOAHH

The men and women in the National Association of Realtors (NAR) first began volunteering with NOAHH in 2002, when their… Read more »

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NOAHH to Host Third ReStore Art Show

New Orleans, LA, (March 20, 2014) – New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH) will be hosting its third art… Read more »

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Customer Profile: Audiowood and WWOZ

Every item that passes through the ReStore has a story, and each of those stories has a beginning, middle, and… Read more »

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NOAHH ReStore and Freeman Convention Services Make Giving Back Easier

Conventions are a part of New Orleans life. The same qualities that attract thousands of tourists and volunteers every year… Read more »

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300 Hours in Two Months

How does a family manage 300 hours of sweat equity in two months? According to Eric Imes, the answer is… Read more »

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The Value of a Volunteer Hour

The Independent Sector, a leadership network for nonprofits, recently issued the results of a study calculating the value of a… Read more »

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